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Good day to my friends, I am in the process of assembling and organizing my I-751 form for my wife who is the petitioner.  I of course am the US Citizen.  Had a few general questions and thought I ask my friends here to share their experiences and fresh ideas.

 

1.When setting up the I-751 form and packet, are we allowed to paper clip each form and evidence or just put the whole in one big clip?

2. If i recall from the past, are the USCIS still ok with placing the 3x5 pictures as evidence in a ziplock bag ?

3.  And behind each photograph, is it ok if we write whose in the pic , when it was taken and the place or occassion?

4.  It says one of the evidence we can attach is your tax return/w2 and IRS transcript, I have a copy of my tax return/w2s that were filed last but I dont have a IRS transcript and I have ordered one which can take up to ten days to arrive, so is a IRS transcript really required or just recommended.

 

Appreciate everyones input and feedback.  Good luck to all.

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21 minutes ago, Shau said:

Good day to my friends, I am in the process of assembling and organizing my I-751 form for my wife who is the petitioner.  I of course am the US Citizen.  Had a few general questions and thought I ask my friends here to share their experiences and fresh ideas.

 

1.When setting up the I-751 form and packet, are we allowed to paper clip each form and evidence or just put the whole in one big clip?

2. If i recall from the past, are the USCIS still ok with placing the 3x5 pictures as evidence in a ziplock bag ?

3.  And behind each photograph, is it ok if we write whose in the pic , when it was taken and the place or occassion?

4.  It says one of the evidence we can attach is your tax return/w2 and IRS transcript, I have a copy of my tax return/w2s that were filed last but I dont have a IRS transcript and I have ordered one which can take up to ten days to arrive, so is a IRS transcript really required or just recommended.

 

Appreciate everyones input and feedback.  Good luck to all.

1.  When we did ours, we used postit tabs for each section and one big binder clip.  I don’t think it matters, but one big clips allows for easier disassembly for copying.

2/3.  We put the photos on a sheet of paper via .jpg and then captioned them on that sheet.  Again, easier to keep it altogether if it is copied.

4.  My understanding is you can send copies of your return including W2s or official transcripts.  Most folks go the transcripts route as these are very easy to get, but return copies with W2s will work.

 

Good a Luck!


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